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sunshine, January 3, 2005
Posted January 3, 2005
Whew, those are some massive pics! Orlando is going to get mre density when these new towers are completed. Hopefully, the downtown core will become one, instead of separate clusters.
Cool pics. I can't wait to see these same views about two or three years from now. They'll be pretty good "before" pics.
The first one is on my desktop backgroudn at work.
Those are awesome pictures! Orlando is only going to get stronger and bigger. I can't wait for the fututre of Orlando.
The cityscape should be dramatically different come 2007 when many of the high-rises will be completely. Thanks for the great pictures.
I think those are among the best Orlando photos I've seen. Captures the streetwall well too. Usually photos taken from the traditional angle paralleling I-4 tend to make it look too spread out, at least on camera. I always like the look from the East-West.
Posted January 4, 2005
You know, past all the funky 80's glass, Orlando has some really nice historic brick treasures. Even before Disney, that city had a pretty big, functional downtown.
i never much liked the suntrust building, but it's growing on me.
Posted January 20, 2005
I posted this in the Orlando thread, but I thought it would be cool for everyone to see one of Orlando's hip urban neighborhoods. Check these out.
Well, I decided to get out on my last day in Orlando before going back to the frigid North. These aren't the best pics, because I have an ancient digital camera, and the battery died so there aren't that many, but I figured I'd post them anyway.
I love bungalows.
A Thornton Park watering hole.
Bed and Breakfast.
Sanctuary topped out, nearly completion.
The wonderful Eola South condominiums.
A discrete parking structure.
Lake Eola Park.
A wall of highrises over the lake.
The dilapidated structure that will be demolished for our new "Miami-style" condo.
Suntrust tower and Plaza cranes.
Posted January 23, 2005
I never have been back in those neighborhoods of Orlando before. Thanks for the pictures of Brownstones and the Eola South Condos. I only saw those from the air in the projects thread. Nice though.
Great photos, guys. I'm impressed. The times I've been to Orlando, I never got a chance to go downtown and I see that I really missed out.
Posted January 25, 2005
^Thornton Park and the surrounding neighborhoods all the way North to Winter Park would surprised most visitors to Orlando. They are some of the best hoods in the state!
Posted January 26, 2005
ooh, I really like those first couple of shots. As everyone else has been saying, those same angles will look completely different 3 years from now
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